> Buses in Asia

October 28, 2015: the Nepal page added
February 28, 2015: the Qatar page added!
May 31, 2014: the Bahrain page added/Saoudi Arabia updated!
July 10, 2013: the Saoudi Arabia page added
March 30, 2013: the Azerbaijan page added!


Asia's bus scene is enormously diverse. It is also the largest market in the world for buses with several countries with large populations, rapidly growing economies and expanding cities. Buses varie from the high-tech buses built in China to 70-year old adapted trucks in Myanmar.
While over the years I made many pictures of buses in several countries in Asia, this collection merely forms the basis of this site and barely scratches the surface. Fortunately, others contribute and I would like to invite anyone who can to contribute with information and/or pictures.

This site is a hobbyist site. Unfortunately, we can not provide information on bus services in Asia. Please refer to travellers' sites for schedules and travel advise. Links to operator sites can be found on www.busstation.net

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Central Asia Middle East East and SE Asia
Kazakhstan Armenia Brunei
Kyrgyzstan Azerbaijan Burma
Russia Bahrain Cambodia
Tajikistan Gaza Strip, West Bank China
Turkmenistan Georgia Hong Kong
Uzbekistan Iran Indonesia
  Iraq Japan
South Asia Israel Korea, North
Afghanistan Jordan Korea, South
Bangladesh Kuwait Laos
Bhutan Lebanon Macau
British Ind.Ocean Ter. Oman Malaysia
India Qatar Mongolia
Maldives Saoudi Arabia Papua New Guinea
Nepal Syria Paracel Island
Pakistan Turkey Philippines
Sri Lanka United Arab Emirates Singapore
  Yemen Spratly Islands
All pictures and texts on these pages are the property of the authors as mentioned. Reproduction (other than for personal use), distribution, use on websites or commercial use is only permitted with the written permission of the author. These pages are prepared by bus enthousiasts. The content represents the opninion of the authors, not of any of the companies mentioned.

These pages are made with the intention to share information on buses in Asia, and to challenge others to provide their information in order to increase our shared knowledge.
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